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Walk in the footsteps of Henry VIII at Hampton Court Palace

Come to Hampton Court Palace and explore the magnificence of Henry VIII's favourite residence. Built in the 1500s for Cardinal Wolsey, it's now a popular London tourist attraction for those looking to learn more about its fascinating history and explore its beautiful grounds. Come here to marvel at the grandeur of the king's state rooms, whet your appetite in the large Tudor kitchens, lose yourself in the famous maze or simply soak in the sheer beauty of the place.

Exploring Richmond upon Thames

Hampton Court Palace is situated in Richmond upon Thames, one of the most affluent and scenic boroughs of London. Scattered with intriguing historical features, beautifully-kept gardens, and delectable restaurants, this is a great place to wander around after a day at the palace. Make time for a visit to the Riverside Gallery, catch a show at the Orange Tree Theatre, or simply enjoy a relaxing stroll along the scenic riverbank.

Escape the bustle of the city at Home Park

Close to the palace, visitors can escape the fast-paced bustle of the city with a stroll through Home Park. A tranquil 750 acres of unspoilt parkland, this green space is home to deer descended from Henry VIII's original herd, which are left to roam the area freely. If the crowds and furore of London get a little too much for you, this park is the cure. Looking for a cheap hotel Near Hampton Court Palace? Travelodge Kingston Upon Thames Hotel can be reached in 10 minutes via public transport, and Travelodge London Teddington Hotel is a 10-minute drive to the north.